Today we have more garden, landscape and plant information available to us than ever before, much of it easily accessed online. Unfortunately, much of the data provided stems from other regions of the country or world, and does not focus on local adaptations, ecotypes, behaviors and relationships with other species. Learn why using highly localized, painstakingly vetted ecological sources of plant information is critical for successful selection and use of native plants for your landscape and urban restoration. This class will focus on the Institute for Regional Conservation
‘s Natives for Your Neighborhood resource, widely considered the best authority for Southeast Florida native plant information, and how it can be used to restore the Gold Coast and beyond.
This session is sponsored by the Native Plant Horticulture Foundation
Community Associations Garden/Landscape